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Fri 17 May 2024 Racecards

UK time: 00:00:00

20:30 Kilbeggan

Weighed In

Fri 17 May 2024 Racing Again June 2nd (pro/am) Flat Race

  • Runners: 13
  • Dist: 2m 3f
  • Type: NHF
  • Surface: Turf
  • Going: Good (Good to Yielding in places)
  • 1st Mr D L Queally 1 Custom Taylor 1.00 f
  • 2nd Mr D G Lavery 10 Rocco Boyo 4.50
  • 3rd Mr C Mullins 11 Rubies Or Gold 18.00
  • Winning Time: 4m 37.3s
  • Winning Distance: 4 1/4 L, 1 1/4 L
  • Winning Trainer: D Queally
  • Winning Jockey: Mr D L Queally
  • Win: €2.00
  • Place: €1.10 , €1.40 , €3.30
  • Exacta: €5.90
  • Forecast: €5.97
  • 1st
    Mr D L Queally

    Age 5

    ANALYSIS: Made all, increased advantage inside final furlong, stayed on well, comfortably
  • 2nd
    Mr D G Lavery

    Age 6 TT

    4 1/4 L
    ANALYSIS: Rear of mid-division, 8th halfway, headway under 4f out, improved to 2nd over 2f out, no impression on winner inside final furlong
  • 3rd
    Mr C Mullins

    Age 5

    1 1/4 L
    ANALYSIS: Tracked leader, 3rd halfway, no impression on leader over 1f out, kept on same pace inside final furlong
  • 4th
    Mr F Maguire

    Age 5 H

    2 L
    ANALYSIS: Towards rear, 10th halfway, headway under 3f out, improved to 4th 1 1/2f out, kept on same pace final furlong
  • 5th
    Mr F R Buckley

    Age 4

    1 1/2 L
    ANALYSIS: Rear of mid-division, 9th halfway, under pressure in 8th 2f out, progress to 5th over 1f out, kept on without threatening final furlong
  • 6th
    Mr P A King

    Age 5 TT

    11 L
    ANALYSIS: Prominent, 2nd halfway, lost place under 3f out, weakened in 5th over 1f out
  • 7th
    N T Prendergast

    Age 5

    22 L
    ANALYSIS: Mid-division, progress to 5th halfway, under pressure in 6th 2 1/2f out, weakened 1 1/2f out
  • 8th
    Shane Fenelon

    Age 6 TT

    1 1/4 L
    ANALYSIS: Close up, 6th halfway, dropped to 7th and under pressure over 2f out, weakened 1 1/2f out
  • 9th
    Mr C Lamon

    Age 5

    20 L
    ANALYSIS: In rear, slightly detached halfway, some progress under 3f out, weakened under 2f out
  • 10th
    Mr R Sugrue

    Age 5

    2 3/4 L
    ANALYSIS: Close up, 4th halfway, lost place over 4f out, weakened under 3f out
  • 11th
    Mr T Hamilton

    Age 4

    14 L
    ANALYSIS: In touch, 7th halfway, lost place over 5f out, weakened under 4f out
  • PU
    Mr J P Sampson

    Age 8 BLK

    ANALYSIS: Rear, a little keen, 11th halfway, weakened under 5f out, never a factor, pulled up 1f out
  • PU
    Mr J Costello

    Age 6

    ANALYSIS: Rear, 12th halfway, weakened under 5f out, never a factor, pulled up inside final furlong
  • NR
    Miss J Townend

    Age 5

    ANALYSIS: NonRunner
  • NR
    Mr D O'Connor

    Age 5

    ANALYSIS: NonRunner
  • NR
    Miss F Leaney

    Age 4

    ANALYSIS: NonRunner
VERDICT: Dacman, a half-brother to Grade 1 winner Sir Gerhard, catches the eye on his racecourse debut. Like the latter, also trained by Willie Mullins, the five-year-old has been given every opportunity by making his introduction at one of the smaller meetings. It could also be significant that Mullins does particularly well with his bumper horses here. Lovely Hurling ran far better than the bare result suggests on his sole start to date. Travelling easily when making a bad mistake two out in a maiden hurdle at Fairyhouse in March, the five-year-old can do better. Recent Cork runner-up Custom Taylor sets the standard amongst those that have already raced in this sphere.
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